Dear interested participants of the MIRACUM Symposium, In order to protect patients and employees, the Freiburg University Hospital board of directors has decided to cancel all public events at the Freiburg University Hospital until 5 April 2020.
21 interdisciplinar partners have joined forces in the polar_mi research project (Polypharmacy, drug-drug-interactions and risks) to improve drug therapy and enhance patient safety. The project started in February 2020 and is funded with 5,5 mill
Due to the current developments of the coronavirus COVID 19 in Germany we also discuss which actions to take for the MIRACUM symposium in Freiburg. However, we have already committed ourselves to the following decision: The MIRACUM symposium wil
Following the first NSG meeting of the year, the MII invited to a political evening on 13.02.2020. In a top-class panel discussion achievements of the first two years, remaining challenges and future goals were discussed in order to further advan
Clinicians in molecular tumor boards (MTB) are confronted with a growing amount of high-throughput sequencing data. Today, at German university hospitals, these data are usually handled in complex spreadsheets from which clinicians have to obtai
On 2 December 2019, the Japanese-German-French Forum on AI and Healthcare took place in Tokyo. This event, organized by DWIH Tokyo, focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications and national approaches to data sharing in healthcare. During
Within the cooperative effort between the Comprehensive Cancer Center Erlangen-EMN (CCC EMN), the Medical Information and Communication Center of the University Hospital Erlangen and MIRACUM, the "Zentrales Studienregister" was launched recently. W